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Believe it or not, semi-private workouts can actually be very individualized and sport specific.  My unique approach to training athletes is all about using the right exercises... for the right athlete... in the right amount... at the right time of the year.


I call this my "Neurobody Performance System" and I'm very happy to be able to share it with you in a semi-private training environment!

Thurman Hendrix - Personal Trainer - Chicago, IL

Training Background


  • Performance Enhancement Coach to middle school, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes of most sports

  • Master's Degree in Exercise Science

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the
    National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)

  • Creator of the website and author of the book:
    60 Yard Dash Secrets

  •  Public speaker and consultant to numerous high schools, colleges/universities, and organizations

  • Author of numerous training articles

  • Offered a position as a strength and conditioning coach with the Chicago White Sox

  • Click here to learn more about my training philosophy, and to understand which aspects of performance enhancement that I am (and am not) qualified for.


Sports Background

  • Former minor league baseball player

  • Collegiate Conference MVP - Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference - 1999

  • Elected into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Concordia University Chicago - 2014

  • High School Conference MVP - Chicago Catholic League - 1995

  • On Fenwick High School's Wall of Fame as an All-State Baseball Player - 1995


Personal Background


  • Brother (Kevin) is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC).  He is a regional manager for AthletiCo Physical Therapy.

  • Sister-in-law (Jackie) is also a DPT and is the assistant manager of the Athletico Physical Therapy clinic in Schaumburg, IL.  In other words, Kevin and Jackie deal mainly with injured athletes, whereas I work with healthly athletes looking to get quicker, faster, stronger, etc.

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